See Narita Outside The Airport

What attractions can make you come to Narita city other than the needs for its airport? Not many. Even the nearest shopping center (Aeon Mall – if you need to buy more specific product rather than gift shops inside the airport) is still a few kilometres away from the airport. Narita was just a spacious farming area in the northern Chiba which then transformed into “city” after Japan’s main airport is built there. However, although there is a few attractions in the area, according to my little research, some places are very interesting for us such as:

and out of Narita City yet still within vicinity

By the way, what’s all this talk about Narita? Is it a recommended place to go? Hehe.. yeah, we never aimed to explore out of the airport too until one day in the last month, Aisar had to spend one night in a hotel at Narita city because he had morning flight to Germany for another business trip. It would be rushed to arrived at the airport if he took train in the Day-D. Of course, I and Musa got along him with pleasure 😀

Once Aisar flied, mom and son adventure begun! Unfortunately, we could only make to Aero Museum and Narita Shinsoji temple, plus bonus walking down the historical Omotesando shopping street. You can watch a glimpse of both places in my photos and videos below.
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Country Trip to Mother Farm

I would say again and again that.. we looooooooove farm so much much much! I wasn’t animals lover until I had kid and realized that they are as cute as “Old Mc Donald Had a Farm” song.. Haha. We enjoyed some visits to the farms in Michigan, made lots of memories of fruits picking and animals petting, and last trip to Hokkaido we also had one awesome experience in Earth Dream farm. Today we finally managed to go to the famous farm (they use the term “牧場” alias “cattle” instead, whatever.. ) in Kanto area: Mother Farm. Much effort to reach the location, but all was very well paid once we spent a day to explore the view and attractions inside the cattle. Three of us had a blast! Continue reading